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Zhou Shuren
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Talipampan Lu Xun
Obra talasulatmakuyad a salita, criticu, talasanese
Panaun ning pamanyulat 1881–1936


I Lu Xun (simplified Chinese: 鲁迅; traditional Chinese: 魯迅; pinyin: Lǔ Xùn) o kaya Lu Hsün (Wade-Giles), iti ing talipampan lagiu ng Zhou Shuren (simplified Chinese: 周树人; traditional Chinese: 周樹人; pinyin: Zhōu Shùrén; Wade–Giles: Chou Shu-jen) (Septiembri 25, 1881 – Octubri 19, 1936), a talasulat a Isik ning pang20 dilanua. Mabibilang ya kareng dakal bilang manimunung aske ning makabayung literaturang pangIsik, a sinulat na king baihua (白話) (keng katutubung amanu) at makanian mu rin keng classicong Isik. I Lu Xun metung yang talasulat a makuyad a salita, editor, talalikas amanu, criticu, talasanese ampong watas. Iniang 1930s meging yang pamuntuk pangtitular na ning Liga da reng Maka-Kailing Talasulat (League of the Left-Wing Writers) king Shanghai.

Dating tuknangan ng Lu Xun king Shaoxing
Lu Xun iniang kayanakan na
Ing statua ng Lu Xun ampo ing kayang asawa i Xu Guangping king Guangzhou
Tuknangan ng Lu Xun anggang iniang mate ya.
Lu Xun's pantiyun (kutkutan)

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  1. Pusey, James Reeve, Lu Xun and Evolution (SUNY Press, 1998) pg.197
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  • Kong Yi Ji, Lu Hsun translated by SparklingEgnlish
  • Reference Archive: Lu Xun (Lu Hsun) at www.marxists.org
  • Selected Stories, Lu Hsun (1918-1926) at www.coldbacon.com
  • An Outsider's Chats about Written Language, a long essay by Lu Xun on the difficulties of Chinese characters
  • The Lyrical Lu Xun: a Study of his Classical-style Verse—a book by Jon Eugene von Kowallis (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1996) -- includes a complete introduction to Lu Xun's poetry in the classical style, with Chinese characters, literal and verse translations, and a biographical introduction which summarizes his life in relation to his poetry.
  • The Real Story of Ah-Q and Other Tales of China: The Complete Fiction of Lu Xun. Trans. Julia Lovell. London: Penguin, 2009
  • Capturing Chinese Short Stories from Lu Xun's Nahan Edited by Kevin Nadolny (Capturing Chinese Publications, 2009) -- includes short summaries to Lu Xun's stories, the Chinese text in simplified characters, pinyin, and definitions for difficult vocabulary.


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